Two men, possibly including William Cozens, sit on the porch of Cozens' ranch in Fraser in Grand County, Colorado. Cozens was the first official sheriff of Gilpin County, Colorado, but moved to Fraser in 1876 with his wife, Mary York Cozens. A sign...
The ranch of William Cozens, the first official sheriff of Gilpin County, Colorado, stands in a field near a winding creek near Fraser in Grand County. Cozens and his wife, Mary York Cozens, moved to the ranch in 1876.
Rows of trout are laid out on several planks of wood propped against each other. The trout were caught by William Cozens, the first official sheriff of Gilpin County in Colorado. Cozens and his wife, Mary York Cozens, moved from Central City to...
Melba Hamlet and Vivian Hoopers (wife of Benny Hooper) stand outside near Winks Panorama, also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built...
Thomas and Temperance Gully
The Thomas Gully family immigrated from Nenagh, the county town of North Tipperary, Ireland, to the mountains of Colorado in 1862. This included Thomas, his wife Temperance, their oldest daughter Bridget, her husband...
This card was sent to my family upon the death of a nephew. He was a young man of about 25 and left a young wife of the same age and a 2 year old son. His wife never remarried and is now battling cancer.
Photograph of the desk of John R Connell Jr., MD during his time as an intern of Pediatrics at Colorado General Hospital. Photo is of his wife Mildred. After World War II they returned to Denver to live.
Inset text reads:
"You've done so many things, Sweetheart,
To make my dreams come true,
So much that makes me realize
There's no one else like you,
So much to bring me happiness,
That no one else could be
The perfect Wife and Sweetheart too,